Visit Author Amok where I am guest blogging. Laura has a fabulous hand knitted scarf to giveaway.
Today’s word: JELLYFISH
Definition: free-swimming marine animals consisting of a gelatinous umbrella-shaped bell and trailing tentacles.
I discovered a new poem form, the minute, from Amy Baskin:
*If you’re curious, a minute poem is a strict form that consists of 12 rhyming lines of 60 syllables, written in iambic meter. It has three stanzas with 8,4,4,4 syllables and the rhyme scheme is aabb ccdd eeff.”
Floating creatures the jellyfish
One common dish-
Taste treat that sells
Passive drifters known as smack
They won’t attack
Just like a veil
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Information for Jellyfish can be found at New World Encylopedia.